Affordable Housing Finance will present its second annual AHF Live: Housing Developers Forum from May 9 to 11 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View in Arlington, Va.
This three-day interactive forum will bring together developers and owners, housing finance officials, finance experts, and other stakeholders to provide practical solutions on how to best navigate what’s ahead for the affordable housing industry.
“The goal of the AHF Live Forum is to strengthen the bond between key stakeholders across the entire low-income housing tax credit ecosystem. We will place an emphasis on the role of the developer and how they can benefit by broadening their knowledge-base through a variety of case studies offered by their peers and other experts in the field,” says Rob Britt, publisher of Affordable Housing Finance. “More important, we want to empower developers to become active participants in the policy discussions critical for finding practical solutions to our nation’s affordable housing crisis.”
New sessions will delve into how to house America’s workforce, the successes and challenges of building affordable housing in areas of high opportunity, and how to prepare for Year 15. In addition, back this year will be our popular housing finance agency and developer roundtable, where both sides will share the pressures they are under; and our no-holds-barred developer panel, where they will candidly share their bad deals and the lessons learned.
Attendees will have ample opportunity for networking, have a chance to share their own best practices and housing visions, and leave with strategies for their next deal.
Attendance is reserved for people who are primarily owners and developers of affordable housing, plus local housing finance agency representatives and nonprofit organizations focused on the business of affordable housing. The early-bird rate, which expires April 1, is $495. For more information or to register, visit http://www.ahfliveforum.com.